2021 Ford Bronco Pricing Announced, See How Much It Costs
The freshly unveiled 2021 Ford Bronco is generating a ton of attention among enthusiasts and potential customers. Largely inspired by the original Bronco from 1966, the new generation is a hardcore four-wheeler geared to battle the iconic Jeep Wrangler.
While the Bronco won’t go on sale until next spring, you can already order a copy with a $100 deposit on the Ford Canada website. And today the company released pricing details for each trim level.
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The entry-level Ford Bronco starts at $40,499. It features a black grille with black “Bronco” lettering, plus 16-inch polished steel wheels in a silver finish.
Off-road capability is governed by a four-wheel-drive system and exclusive Terrain Management System with five G.O.A.T. modes (Goes Over Any type of Terrain).
Next up is the Bronco Big Bend priced at $41,999. This one sports a Carbonized Grey grille with white “Bronco” lettering. The standard 17-inch aluminum wheels are finished in that same shade of grey.
Drivers have a selection of six G.O.A.T. modes.
One step higher, you’ll find the Bronco Black Diamond at $46,499. As the name suggests, this model features a black grille with white “Bronco” lettering. It rides on 17-inch gloss black steel wheels.
More importantly, there are steel bumpers and skid plates along with roof rails and seven G.O.A.T modes.
Starting at $46,999, the Bronco Outer Banks wears a black grille with white “Bronco” lettering. The fender flares are painted to match the body colour, powder-coated tubular side steps come standard and the alloy wheels measure 18 inches.
Essentially a Black Diamond with a bit more luxury in the mix, this model offers six G.O.A.T. modes.
Just like the Big Bend, the Bronco Badlands ($52,994) sports a Carbonized Grey grille with white “Bronco” lettering. There are roof rails, additional skid plates and 17-inch machine-finished alloy wheels with 33-inch all-terrain tires.
Drivers have access to all seven G.O.A.T. modes.
Finally, the most extreme Bronco is called Wildtrack and it starts at $58,494. Other than a black grille with white “Bronco” lettering, you’ll get 17-inch beadlock wheels with a gloss black finish, plus seven G.O.A.T. modes.